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A longtime listener complains that I often don’t include the word “President” when referring to Trump. This is my response, and it’s not what you think!
Like you, I’ve been hungry to find streaming video shows worth binge-watching while we’re sheltering at home. This weekend, I found a doozy on Netflix.
When I read that the famed Hollywood delicatessen Nate ‘n Al has closed, I remembered a story about the only time I went there.
Observations from a a pleasant walk through our neighborhood on a blue sky Sunday.
The Burt Bacharach/Hal David classic is resurrected by dozens of young people who recorded their parts while sheltering at home, and the result is beautiful.
This Picture Of The Day comes from Joseph Herscher, who creates clever machines in his Brooklyn apartment to solve everyday problems with Rube-Goldberg-like designs. His latest is a device that feeds him dinner.
With so many parents forced to teach their kids and spend all day with them at home, I am reminded of the time I spent a couple of hours helping out in the preschool class my daughter attended.
The death of Harlem Globetrotter legend Curly Neal has me remembering when, as a boy, I saw him play in person — and years later when, as a man, I had him as an in-studio guest on my radio show. Here are the stories.
From a Vanity Fair video series, watch astronaut Chris Hadfield critique what’s right and wrong in movies that take place in space.
I think I actually want to see this new movie with Paul Hogan displaying a sense of humor about his fame and his iconic character. Here’s the trailer.
Here is what should happen when — not if — Trump fires Dr. Fauci. Also, a message for right-wingers who want people to go back to work even if it means dying from Coronavirus.
My brother, who used to run the US Labor Department, explains in a radio interview why any stimulus dollars disbursed during the Coronavirus crisis should go to the people at the bottom of our economy, not the top.
For the third time, I’ve been selected for an award for book publishing — despite the fact that I’ve never written, let alone published, a single book. Here’s the story.
While sheltering at home, members of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra perform the finale of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony (“Ode To Joy”).
I don’t want to say Sunday was excruciatingly boring, but I got really excited when the clock hit 6pm and I could finally take the trash bin out to the curb.
Unlike Blanche DuBois, I have always counted on the stupidity of strangers. The Coronavirus crisis has only exacerbated it, as these examples prove.
Three years ago, toward the beginning of his presidency, I said that the media should stop giving Trump free access to the airwaves to spew lies and misinformation. The case is even stronger now that he’s making things worse with his Coronavirus press conferences.
The Broadway star appears on a YouTube show to explain a problem she encountered when doing “The King And I” in London — and then sings one of the memorable songs from that classic musical.